Fedora 7 Windows XP dual boot on a Dell Inspiron 5150
I tried to install Fedora 7 on a Dell Inspiron 5150. The Notebook has a 60GB disk. It allready had XP installed on it. It has two partitions . Both usesd to be NTFS. When I installed Fedora, I deleted the 20GB partition and created a 16GB and 4GB partition. I did not know what the mount point for the 4GB partition should be, so I selected /usr. I was actually trying to create the swap partition, after receiving the warning that I had no swap partition. The istallation whent through fine. BUT When I rebooted, I got no boot menu, although I selected to have the GRUB menu. The machine just booted straight into XP. What do I need to do to get the boot menu. I did try the install twice, once with Windows as default and once with Fedora as default. On the GRUB screen in the install, I did edit the 'Other' option to say WindowsXP. My second question is: How do I create the 'swap' partition and what should its mount point be?